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Lynn Gayowski09/17/10
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Eclipse Fall Training Series - Sep. 20-Nov. 5

The Eclipse Foundation and Eclipse member companies are pleased to announce the fall 2010 training class series. The training is an excellent opportunity for software developers and architects to learn more about Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP), BIRT and...

Disha Parekh08/19/10
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Learn to manage and deploy reports using Packt's new book on BIRT 2.6

BIRT 2.6 Data Analysis and Reporting helps Java developers create structured reports as well as add visual report elements.

Pieter Humphrey08/04/10
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Enterprise Pack for Eclipse now supports Eclipse 3.6, GlassFish, Oracle Coherence, WebLogic WSLT

Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) aka "Mission" was officially released this morning. You can download it here, or of course pull the plug-ins from the Eclipse Marketplace or the update site.

Martina Schmid07/23/10
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QF-Test version 3.2.2 with support for Eclipse/SWT 3.6 Helios released

Quality First Software has followed up the recent release of Eclipse/SWT version 3.6 "Helios" with a new release of QF-Test, their well established professional tool for cross-platform test automation of Java and web GUIs. Version 3.2.2 is a...

ben xu07/19/10
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T4Eclipse 1.2.1 released

Version 1.2.1 releasedVersion 1.2.1 release notes add toolbar analyzer to analyze view toolbar actioncontrol hierarchy tree for any view/editor support eclipse latest 3.6 and 3.5change plug-in dependency to depend on only two basic...

Werner Keil07/13/10
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Eclipse UOMo

Project UOMo was recently declared by Eclipse Foundation. The goal of Project UOMo is to combine archievements by OHF UCUM plus generic Units of Measure support in the spirit of OSGi Measurements, JSR-256 or UCAR/JSR-108 adding Static Type Safety like...

Alexandra Schla...06/30/10
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GUIdancer 4.2 available for download

Version 4.2 of GUIdancer, the award-winning automated functional testing tool, is now available for download. Highlights of the new release include support for applications written with Eclipse 3.6 (Helios) as well as various new options to analyse and debug...

Lynn Gayowski06/29/10
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Eclipse Webinars in July: BIRT, Git & Mylyn

The Eclipse Foundation is presenting several Helios-themed webinars this July. All webinars are free to attend, so please register if you are interested. New BIRT 2.6 Features in Helios July 8, 2010 at 9:00 am EDT / 1:00 pm UTC / 3:00 pm CEST Presented by...

Lyndsey Clevesy06/28/10
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Get Started with Apache Ant!

Click here to download your free copy of our "Getting Started with Apache Ant" Refcard!  

Reginald Stadlbauer06/23/10
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froglogic Releases Automated GUI Testing Tool Squish 4.0

froglogic GmbH today announced that Squish 4.0 - a major new release of its leading, crossplatform and cross technology GUI test automation tool is now available. Squish can test applications based on a variety of GUI technologies, including

Valerie Andrianova06/14/10
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YouTrack 2.0 from JetBrains - Customizable Yet Easy To Use Bug Tracker

JetBrains YouTrack is a keyboard-centric bug and issue tracker known for its lightning-fast issue reporting, stylish search queries, and geeky commands for batch operations on multiple issues. With the new YouTrack 2.0, you can:

Lynn Gayowski06/14/10
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Helios In Action - a Virtual Conference on Jun. 24

On June 24, the Eclipse Foundation is presenting Helios In Action - a virtual conference where you can interact with project leads involved in the release and see demos of the new features. The annual simultaneous release has now grown to 39 projects with...

Lyndsey Clevesy06/07/10
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Your Free Guide to JDBC Best Practices

Download your free JDBC Best Practices Refcard now! 

Lynn Gayowski06/02/10
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Webinar: Xtext - A Language Development Framework - Jun. 8

On June 23, the new Xtext version 1.0 will be released as part of Eclipse's annual release train. During the last year Xtext has grown from a tiny DSL editor generator, to a full-blown language development framework.